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Building a Scientific Data Warehouse, including Multi-boot HPC Capabilities
SESSION: Building a Scientific Data Warehouse, including Multi-boot HPC Capabilities
EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather
TIME: 5:30PM - 7:00PM
SESSION LEADER(S):Clark Gaylord, William Lu
ABSTRACT: The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute’s (VTTI) naturalistic driving studies observe driver behavior in the real world, using more than 3,000 vehicles instrumented to collect video and sensor data. This petascale research exemplifies data intensive scientific investigation and produces studies of unprecedented scale to better understand driving behavior relative to safety critical events. Discover how VTTI harnesses state-of-the-art HPC technologies, melding storage and data management capabilities with traditional HPC computational platforms, as an integral part of Virginia Tech’s Scientific Data Warehouse environment and throughout the data lifecycle.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Ensure your IT infrastructure design maximizes efficiency, including key processes;
- Further capitalize on the savings achieved through HPC management tools that leverage dynamic multi-boot functionalities across varying operating systems and automated provisioning to optimize performance;
- Apply HPC management lessons learned by one of the world’s premier transportation research facilities to the enterprise and other related industries.
Session Leader Details:
Clark Gaylord (Primary Session Leader) - Virginia Tech
William Lu (Secondary Session Leader) - Platform Computing